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Denture Breath – How To Stop Bad Breath With Dentures

Plaque and tartar can build up on false teeth in the same manner that they will on your natural teeth. This can develop into bad breath as the bacteria continue to grow. To avoid denture breath, it is important to regularly clean your false teeth as part of your oral health routine. Do Dentures Smell?…

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What Problems Can Ill Fitting Dentures Cause?

Dentures, also known as false teeth, come in many varieties ranging from uppers and lowers to partials. These appliances fit into your mouth and allow you to speak, eat and smile with a full set of fake teeth. However, if those dentures do not fit properly, they can develop a few issues. How Are Dentures…

denture-irritation

Denture Irritation – How To Stop Dentures Hurting

If you have damaged or lost teeth for any reason, dentures are a solution that allows you to do almost everything you could do with your natural teeth. They may take a little getting used to, but false teeth will let you smile, speak and eat normally. Here are some typical questions you may have…

how to remove tartar from dentures

How To Remove Tartar From Dentures

With a proper denture cleaning routine, you should be able to keep your dentures looking like new for as long as you have them. However, if you do discover tartar forming on your false teeth, there are ways to remove tartar from dentures. Here are some tips on how to get tartar off dentures. Why…

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Difference Between Dental Bridges False Teeth and Dental Implants False Teeth 

It wasn’t that long ago that people used to have to put up with missing teeth… Smiling with a hand over their mouth, getting food stuck in between every time they eat and possibly putting up with headaches and other jaw joint or biting problems as a result of a lost tooth. In recent years…

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Flexible Dentures – What Are Flexible Partial Dentures?

Dentures have been used in various forms for centuries as a replacement for missing teeth. Also known as false teeth, there are various styles of dentures including partial and full dentures for either upper or lower jaw placement. Dentures are typically made of an acrylic material which makes them rigid but fragile. Flexible dentures are…

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Snap-In Dentures – What You Need To Know

Snap-in dentures – also known as snap-on overdentures – are dentures that cover single or multiple teeth as well as prepared roots or implants. For some denture wearers, these are the most logical and cost-effective solutions for false teeth. They are different from standard dentures but are removable for cleaning and for storage overnight while…

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Complete Denture Procedure Steps

There are many reasons to have dentures made. Gum disease, tooth decay, trauma and sports injuries are all ways in which teeth can be lost. In some cases, a tooth can be repaired or replaced. However, when several teeth have been affected, dentures are often the most logical solution. False teeth are as individual as…

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Dentures: Everything You Need To Know About False Teeth

Dentures are appliances that are used to replace natural teeth. The main difference between removable false teeth and other dental replacement procedures is that these teeth are not permanently fixed in your mouth. In other words, after being worn for most of the day, dentures can be removed for cleaning, soaking and to give your…

Vitamin K2

How Vitamin K2 Helps Strengthen Teeth And Bones

The link between Vitamin K and tooth decay came about quite by accident. Vitamin K was discovered in 1929 by a Danish scientist, Henrik Dam. It was also at about that time when American dentist Weston Price began researching the link between diet and other health diseases. His focus soon shifted to tooth decay when…

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